OlgaR Posted February 3, 2016 Share Posted February 3, 2016 Damien, I noticed, in the PSD you created to smooth out the grey backdrop, you used the Transparent Gradient to begin with instead of the Solid one (I may not be using the right terms, but hopefully it makes sense). In the tutorial on how to avoid banding in the backdrop, the initial gradients were Solid. Since I am having to replace backgrounds quite a bit, I was curious if there is a reason you used the Transparent gradient on that grey backdrop. Does it make masking easier, does it help match the colors to the original better? Thank you so much!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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